Dear Comrade Review

Dear Comrade Review

Tremendous success of Arjun Reddy made Vijay Devarakonda a huge star overnight. He has a crazy following in youth – his fans are often termed as Rowdies. His latest film Dear Comrade with Rashmika Mandanna directed by Bharat Kamma hit theatres today amongst huge buzz created by posters and trailers of the film. This film released in Tamil and Malayalam simultaneously. Will Geeta Govindham pair continue their success with Dear Comrade? Let’s get into the review.

Story is about the intense love of a student union leader who falls for state cricket player and what makes him fight for heroine’s dream is rest to watch on screen.

Technical Department

Dear comrade created a lot of buzz and hype for since few weeks. Film hugely disappointed in terms of irritating screenplay throughout which makes it lagging and boring despite witnessing terrific performances from leads, finest cinematography. Story has nothing new in it. Director did his best as debutant by bringing most out of the actors, could have focussed more on editing.

First Half

Bobby’s Flashback, Student Leader Bobby (Vijay Deverakonda) intro, Fight Scene, Lilly (Rashmika Mandanna) Entry, Bobby – Lilly’s Love Track, Flashback Ends

Second Half

Bobby meets Lilly in hospital, Bobby supports Lilly to achieve her goal, Climax


  • 2 Songs
  • Few Scenes on Lead pair


  • Boring Narration
  • Screenplay
  • Length of the movie
  • Lack of freshness in the Story

Final Verdict

Comrade disappointed

Rating – 2/5